Here are some unsorted facts that I'd like you to read, absorb, and then write two short pieces.
First, the facts
Now, the two short pieces:
For these next two short assignments, post your faculty letter and your letter to Mom in the Student Conference Area.
1. You are a member of the faculty at Westland College. The Westland College Student Association has asked you to get other faculty members involved in this project. Write a short letter to be circulated among the faculty at Westland College, explaining what is going on.
2. Now you're a student at Westland. Write a short letter to a member of your family telling him or her about this new activity at Westland College. Your folks are always saying you should get more involved in social issues. Explain in detail what's going on.
Write and email me these two short samples of your writing as soon as possible this week. You will not be graded for these writings (unless you fail to do the assignment ). Put both short informal exercises in a single email and send to email@example.com.
... again, ALWAYS put "PRW" somewhere in the subject line of every email to me.
In the interest of transparency -- I'm "taking attendance" with this task, and I'm also making sure you are able to do your homework in the required Microsoft Word format, not PDF or other formats. I'm also going to show you how you are more articulate than you think, both in your formal writing and in your information communications.